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THEPITOSBTmDISFATO-SUNDAY 'NOEMBE' 13rS8l8
'Mrs. President Harrison Gives a Re
cipe for Thursday's Dinner.
JTHE DAI AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
Housekeeping as Practiced ty tho Ladies
of the Cabinet.
HOW THE PRESIDENT CARTES TDRKEI
ICOBETSrOKDEKCE OT THE DISPATCH.!
Washington, D. C, November 23.
The coming Thanksgiving -will be generally
celebrated in "Washington. The kitchens
of the big society houses of the capital are
already buzzing like bee hives, and there
are as many liveried turnouts in front of
the Market house every morning as you
will see at one of Jlrd. Harrison's receptions.
The society women of Washington olten
market for themselves, and you bump up
against the wives of Cabinet ministers, Su
preme Court justices, and leading army
officers in buying your daily provisions.
Mrs. Senator Sherman does her own market
ing, Mrs. Senator Kcnua is a good judge of
meats, and Mrs. John A. Logan, by bend
ing backward and forward" the breastbone
of a chicken, can tell to a day how long it
has been born. The leading ladies of "Wash
injton shine in their kitchens as well as
their parlors, and there are few among tlieni
who can not play a tune on the cooking
stove, and play it well. In no city in the
world could you get up a dinner under the
recommendations of so many famous'cooks.
Each lady has her specialty, and I am able,
through the kindness of these noted women,
to give you to-day a set of recipes lor dishes
which, if accurately followed, will furnish
you the best dinner you ever sat down to. I
will let the President's wife start the feast.
Mrs. Harrison is an advocate of American
cooking, and the menuol the party gathered
round the Presidental mahogany on next
Thursday will include the good old-fashioned
dishes which have made our American
Thanksgivings so noted. It willbegin with
her famous bouillon, which was celebrated
at her reception as a Senator's wife, and
which wilf undoubtedly figure on the menus
of the other big dinners of the "White House
this season. It is made as follows:
SOUP FOR THE FBESIDENT.
Fonr pounds of lean beef, four quarts of
water, one teaspoonfnl of celery seed, two
small onions, two small carrots, one bunch of
parsley, six blades of mace, 16 whole cloves,
the wliites fonr eggs; salt and pepper to taste.
Cut the beef in pieces the size of a walnut,
taking care not to leave a particle of fat on
them. Ponr on it the water and let it boil up
three times; skimming well each time; for 11
any of the grease is allowed to go
back into the soup, it will be impos
sible to get it clear. Scrape the carrots,
stick fonr cloves firmly into each onion,
and put them in the soup. Then, add the
celery seed, parsley, mace, pepper, and salt.
Let this boil until the vegetables are tender,
then strain through a bag, return to the soup
pot, and stir in the well-beaten whites of the
eggs. Boil until the eegs gather to one side,
skim off, and color a delicate amber by burning
a dessertspoonful of brown sugar and stirring it
into the soup until sufficiently colored. Wash
the bag in warm water, pour the soup through
again and serve. Caroline a. Hakrison.
Washington is one of the great oyster
markets ot the world, and a Washington so
ciety woman's opinion of oysters is worthyof
notice. To such as wish to use oysters as
their first course, I would inform them that
we do not believe in the Blue Point, and
that these oysters are seldom found in the
market. Mrs. Stanley Matthews, whose
dinners have always been known as among
the most recherche of that gastronomic cir
cle, known as the Supreme Court, says that
the Lynn Havens are the best of the Amer
ican bivalves, and she serves these, fat and
luscious, very cold, with a bit of lemon in
the center of each plate, which holds the
conventional half dozen. Mrs. Justice
Matthews makes a salad which would tickle
the palate ot Brillat Savarin. It never fails
to bring a smile to the rubicund faces of the
Justices, and here it is:
3IBS. SXAXZ.KY MATTHEWS EECIPE.
Take the meat, free from skin, and fat, of
two large boiled chickens, cut in dice; with
this mix thoroughly an equal quantity of good,
white, crip celery, cut in small pieces; three
olives, chopped; two teaspoonfnl. of capers;
make a dressing of six spoonfnls of best im
ported olive oil, two tables poouf uls of vinecar,
twe teaspoontuls of salt, and a dash of red pep
per, pour over the salad, and let it stand for
several hours in the ice-box. Prepare a ma
yonnaise In the following manner: Break two
eggs very carefully, and put the yolks into a
soup plate; then add, drop by drop, a pint bot
tle uf best olive oil, stirring steadily one way
with a silver fork; as the dressing thickens,
thin with lemon juice, keeping it of the con
sistency of rich cream: add salt and cayenne
pepper to taste. Make a mound of the chicken
salad on a platter, pour over the mayon
naise, and garnish with lettuce, olives, beets
and carrots cut in f ancv forms.
JlAKr K. Matthews.
Few people will be ambitious enough to
attempt hors d'oeuvres ior the holiday feast,
where simplicity and good old-fashioned
plenty are the rule. But Mrs. Dahlgren's
suggestion ot serving two chicken pasties,
one of them sweet, for this conrse, is a
tempting one. I presume a sweet pasty
should be prepared in the regulation way,
with the addition oi sugar. Mrs. Dahlgren
bad the idea from a New England relative
a notable housewife and remembers noth
ing further than that the two pasties were
served together a most delectable feature
of the dinner. She writes glowingly in re
gard to it, and gives the buggestionto your
CARVING THE WHITE HOUSE TOBKEY.
There has been no improvement in the
way to prepare a turkey. It is stuffed and
dressed in the manner of our childhood,
when our little noses just reached to the
level of the kitchen table, where we were
delighted to stand and watsh the attractive
process and to smell the savory stuffing. A
visitor at the Harrison household in Indian
apolis, just after the election last fall, tells
of a toothsome dinner he enjoyed there,
where a gobbler brown and luscious was the
piece de resistance. The President carved,
and his manipulation of the bird was appe
tizing in itself. It is a good old-fashioned
custom that of carving meats at the family
board and one that is still in vogue at the
majority of American dinner tables, for it
is only among the fashionables of the city
' that service a la P.usse has been generally
There is no daintier dinner table in Wash
ington than that of Mrs. Senator Cameron,
who gives it her personal supervision.
There the service is from the side, Mrs.
Cameron holding to certainly the sensible
opinion that the host should not divide his
attention between his guests and a roast.
It is perhaps a bit of pardonable vanity in
the Senator which tempts him to carve the
canvas-Dact.3 mmseii. ne does it so
daintily and adroitly that it is a pleasure to
watch him. Two strokes of a sharp game
knile and the juicy red flesh of the duck is
teparated from the skeleton.
There is no lack of epicures among the
statesmen at the capital. Mr. Bayard's re
spect ior terrapin and his interest in the
preparation of the same is well known. The
recipe he used is as follows: Take two
"counts" and boil in the shell, after allow
ing them to cool, remove the shell, take out
the gall bladder and cut the terrapin in
good sized pieces, put in a chafing dish, and
to this add small cupfnl of rich cream, half
a pound of butter and a conple wineglasses
lull of sherry or Madeira, 'Most epicures
prefer Madeira because of its rich flavor,
if o one has ever tasted terrapin prepared
alter this recipe who is not a convert to its
All of the Cabinet are settled in their own
homes, and will with perhaps the excep
tion of Mrs. Proctor, whose sou's continued
iilness keeps her at their lovely Northern
borne take their holiday meal at the capi
tal. The Blalnes hare established the lares
and penates in the historical old Seward
house, with the Camerons for neighbors,
and the family will be gathered within its
hospitable doors which have so long been
The Blaine housekeeping is modeled after
that of Retr England, and there is at the!
capital no more perfectly ordered house
hold than that of the Secretary of State.
Mrs. Blaine believes in quality rather than
quantity for her table, and her dinners are
marvels of exquisite taste.
Mrs. Windom's charming house on Mas
sachusetts avenue, near Thomas Circle.is at
last tree from the hands of decorators and
house-furnishers", and the Jamily are really
settled enough to enjoy their Thanksgiving
dinner. It will be a'merry feast, for Mrs.
Windom is a believer in old traditions and
customs, and there is no Teil of mystery
hanging over her kitchen, whose adminis
tration she perfectly understands. Massa
chusetts avenne, to my mind the most beau
tiful street in Washington, is a favorite
with this Administration and boasts of four
Cabinet homes. The Secretary ot Agricul
ture lives just on the other side of Thomas
Circle from the Windoms, in the house the
Lincolns once occupied.
Mrs. Busk, like Mrs. Blaine and Mrs.
Windom, is no stranger to life in Washing
ton, and her household here is running as
smoothly as if there had been no interval
between" Mr. Eusk's service intheHouseand
his entrance into the Cabinet. Patriotic
farmers will undoubtedly adorn the Thanks
giving table of the head of the Department
of Agriculture with choice proofs of their
industry, but the dainty desserts will be
prepared from 3Irs. Busk's own directions,
and among them will be served a Russian
cream, popular just now that the Bussian
fever has laid hold on every one and every
thing in the United States. Bussian
cookery, Bussian servants, Bussian clothes,
and Bussian what-not are the rule. Mrs.
Busk's recipe is as follows:
JIBS. SECBETABT BUSK'S BECIPE.
Jelly To one package of Cox's gelatine add
one pint of cold water. When dissolved, add
one pint of hot water, two cups of sugar, jnice
of six lemons. Stir slowly until well dissolved,
then strain into molds.
Cream Cover one package of gelatine with
cold water. When dissolved, add one enp of
new milk, one cop of sugar; heat to boiling
point, stirring frequently; then set awav to
cool. Whip one quart of thick cream until
light, beat the whites of six eggs and add both
to the mixture; when cool, flavor with vanilla.
Place the iellv in the bottom of the molds.
and, when stiff and cold, add the cream; turn
out of mold and serve in slices.
Elizabeth M. Rusk.
Mrs. Noble, who occupies the house
which once belonged to Ben Holliday, of
pioneer fame, has hardly had time to think
of her cuisine since she came to Washing
ton, so busy has she been with establishing
her family in the prettv home, which has
been newly decorated and newly furnished,
but she knows the value of a well-ordered
kitchen, and it is the next department of
her domestic economy that she has marked
for attention. In the work of getting set
tled she has had All possible assistance from
her sisters, the Misses Halstead, who mike
their home with her. Of all the Cabinet
women, Mrs. Noble is probably best pleased
with, and most enthusiastic" over, life in
Mrs. Cnllom has added her home to the
other official ones on Massachusetts avenue,
and is already settled in the lovely house,
1726. A candy table, over which Mrs. Cul.
lorn presided, and which she stocked with
bon-bons of her own manufacture, was the
feature of one of the charity entertainments
not long since. Every one was enthusiastic
over the sweetness she dispensed, and de
clared it a shame that they could not buy
the recipe for its manufacture. Such candy
will be appreciated at Thanksgiving, espe
cially as we feel we can indulge ourselves
then in things the doctor or dyspepsia
strongly forbid at other times. Here is the
Mix together the whites of two eges, an
equal quantity of cold water, and enough con
fectioner's sugar to make a stiff dough. It
will require about two pounds. To prepare
fruits and nuts, take eeeds out of dates and
fill with the cream; bUnch almonds and cover
with cream. Candied cherries are very nice,
taking little balls of the cream, and put a
cherry on each. English walnuts are nsed in
same way as cherries. Jcxia CCXLOH.
A DEMOCRATIC PLUM PUDDING.
Mrs. ex-Senator McDonald, the beautiful
wife of the Democratic statesman, sends an
other recipe for this same delectable dish,
with minute directions for its preparation.
Mrs. McDonald's housekeeping has a
national reputation, for many statesmen
have tested the hospitality ot her lovely
home in Indianapolis. Sue never appears
at better advantage than at the head ot her
daintily appointed table, where her wonder
ful tact and knowledge of the world
comes into plav to make her friends feel
themselves at home. The McDonalds
spend, as a rule, their winters in Washing
ton, and will in the near fntnre build a
home here. Here is a receipt for plum
This pudding is best when prepared, all but
milk and eges, the day before using. Seed and
cut in half one pound of the oest bloom raisins;
pick, wash and dry before the fire one pound
of Zante currants, commonly called plums;
dredtre the fruit well with Sour, to prevent Its
sinking or cloggine; take one pound of fresh
beef suet, freed from the skin, and string and
chop very fine; one pint of grated bread crumbs
and a half pint of sifted flour; a large quarter
of a pound of best sugar; a large tablespoon! ul
of powdered mace and ciunamon mixed, and two
powdered nntmegs: all the spice to be steeped in
a half pint of mixed wine and brandy; put away
these Ingredients separately, closely qovered,
and let them stand all night. Next morning
finish the pudding, which requires at least six
hours' boiling. Beat wine and eggs together un
til very thick and smooth; then add one pint of
rich milk; then tb bread crumbs and flour:
mix with the sugar the grated yellow rind aDd
juice of two lemons, and add to the mixture
gradually all the prepared ingredients, stirring
hard; if too thick, add more milk; if too thin,
add more bread crumbs: take care not to have
too much bread or flour, or the pudding will be
heavy; add two teaspoonsf nl of baking powder,
one-quarter of a pound of citron: boll in tin
molds: serve with lemon sauce, or with butter
ana sugar Deaten to a cream ana navorea with
nutmeg and rose.
josephtse H. McDonald.
HABBISON FBUIT CAKE.
Mrs. Ingalls has delayed her coming, and
will celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday
with her husband and children in their
Kansas home, where the good things' of life
abound. Game, vegetables, fruits and
everything, with perhaps the exception of
oysters, are as excellent in the Kansas mar
kets as with us, says Mrs Ingalls. The
quails are really much better, their flavor
being affected by their food, which they get
in the wheat fields. Mrs. Ingalls gives me
a recipe for Harrison fruit cake. Its name
will make everyone anxious to try it, and
the very reading ot the directions for mak
ing causes one's mouth to water.. It will
doubtless prove as delicious as the recipe
promises. Mrs. Ingalls understands gas
tronomy, her table is always daintily
spread, and she perhaps has come to believe
with Pinder, who said:
"The turnpike road to people's hearts I find
Ides through their mouths, or I mistake man
kind." One pound of butter: one pound of flour;
one-quarter of a pound of sugar (fine granu
lated); one dozen eggs; two pounds of citron;
two small cocoanuts. grated; two pounds
bleached almonds; one wineglassful or wine;
one wineglassful of brandy; one teaspoonfnl of
ground cinnamon; one grated nutmeg; one
teaspoonfnl of ground mace; two teaspoons! ul
of baking powder; cream, butter and sugar:
and uses, thoroughly beaten, but not separated.
Mix baking povder with' flour; then add and
lastly throw in fruit, thoroughly chopped and
floured. Bake in a slow oven. When done the
cake will leave the sides of the pan.
A. L. C, ISGALLS.
With this reeine for Harrison cake Irlnso
the menu of the bill of fare for your Thanks
giving dinner. The recipes which I have
given you have all been tested, and they
have given satisfaction to the most noted
gastronomes of the country. Dishes
cooked from them have fed the brains of
senators, generals, judges and diplomats,
and if you follow the directions you will
add to your cuisine a set ot dishes which
will be the joy of your own family and the
envy of your neighbors.
"Weak stomach,Bcecnam'8Pins act like magic
Pules' Soap secures a oeautlf nl complexion.
The Oyster l the Sloat
Delicious delicacy if you get the Canary
Furs watches a specialty, low-prices a
certainty, at Hauch'i, No. 293 Filth ave.
The Oyster I Ike Most
Delicious delicacy if yon get the Canary
Db. Griffith's "Ta-va-ion Bemedies"
"irini every battle," SOI Grant it.
NEW MARKETS" OPEN.
The Dredging of Mnssel Shoals on
the Tennessee Kiver Makes
A BIG KEDDCTION IN FBEIGHTS.
Pittsburg's Opportunity for Sending Iron
to the South.
ANOTHER BOOM FOE TUB OHIO TALLET
rsrxcux, txlxoiUm to thx sis?atcb.i
Atlanta, Ga., November 23. The
opening of Mussel shoals, on the Tennessee
river, at Florence, Ala,, in the opinion of a
railroad expert, will revolutionize railroad
rates between the Mississippi and Ohio
river valleys and the Southeast. For half a
century the United States Government has
been at work on Mussel shoals, and at last
the work is so far completed that a barge
has passed through from Sheffield, Ala., to
Chattanooga. The engineer in charge of
the work has announced that it will be done
by the close of this year. The immense
importance of the completion of this water
way is shown by this statement, made by
Traffic Manager Joseph M. Brown, of the
Western and Atlantic Bailway, who has
studied the situation very thoroughly. He
The results of the opening of the Tennessee
river to navigation by the removal ot the ob
structions at Mnssel ahoals, will have a more
decided bearing on the transportation problem
of the South than all the Railroad Commis
sions or Inter-State Commerce Commissions
which the State or National Governments
could organize and empower in the most plen
ary manner, and will exceed any rate war in
their effect upon the public, because rate wars
reduce the tariffs to ridiculous figures, but
within a few weeks at the farthest come to an
end by mutual agreement of all the lines that
they cannot afford to hurt themselves for the
purpose of hurting each other. This reduction
of rates is one of vast importance to Georgia
and South Carolina, and it will be a permanent
reduction and permanent cheapening of the
cost of brimring Western grain, hay and flour,
and to a considerable extent Western manu
factured articles into the Southeast.
When this is done a steamboat can be loaded
with sugar and juolasses at Hew Orleans, come
up the Mississippi river to Cairo, thence up the
Ohio to the mouth of the Tennessee, and
thence nvesfto Chattanooga before discharg
ing its cargo; or a steamboat can be loaded at
Pittsburg, Pa, with iron or any other products
and can go down the Ohio and up the Tennes
see river to Chattanooga without breaking
bulk. So steamers can come from the bead of
navigation of the Mississippi river to Chatta
nooga. Thus you see the clearing out of
Mussel shoals will be like opening the railroad
rate doors of the entire valleys of the Ohio
and Mississippi rivers.
CHEAP BIVEB FREIGHTS.
We will be perfectly safe, I think, in assum
ing that boats will be willing to accept 12 cents
per 100 pounds on grain from Ohio river points
to Chattanooga, and on large contracts as low
as 10 cents. This would inevitably reduce the
rates from Ohio river points from 19 to 12, and
possibly to 10 cents. In fact, a leading business
man of Atlanta tells me that last winter when
the river was high and boats could temporarily
pass through the shoals, a steamboat owner
offered to bring grain from St. Louis to Chat
tanooga at 10 cents per 100 pounds, and that his
fear that the river would suddenly fall was all
that prevented him from making the arrange
ment. The present rate. I understand, from Boston
and New York to Savannah is 40 cents per 100
ponnds on first class. The distance from Bos
ton to Savannah by water is about 1,100 miles.
The distance by water from St. Louis to Chat
tanooga Is less than that. Therefore, I sup
pose we may safely assume that the rate on
first-class goods from St. Louis to Chattanooga
will be about 40 cents per 100 ponnds. The
present rate from St. Louis to Chattanooga is
SI 04 per 100 pounds. If the Western and At
lantic Railroad shonld charge its f nil local rate
of 57 cents, and add the transfer charge ot 2
cents, the total from St. Louis to Atlanta would
be 99 cents per 100, as against the present rate
of $1 35. With this tremendous reduction, not
only in the present figures from Western points
to Atlanta, but in figures below those at pres
ent made from Baltimore, New York and Bos
ton to Atlanta, Boss Tweed's famous question
can be asked the Richmond and Danville and
other lines from the East to Atlanta; "What
are you going to do about it?"
If they do not reduce the Eastern rates cor
responumgly the trade will be largely trans
ferred from Eastern factories to those in the
West. If they are unwilling to submit to this
loss of trade they must make very heavy re
ductions on their present rates. If they at
tempt to preserve the present differentials be
tween Chicago and St. Louis to Atlanta and
Boston and New York to Atlanta, they will be
compelled to make such redactions as will
make the business worth nothing to them.
When the boats bring grain or compel the
railroads to bring grain at the rates! have
previously indicated, from the West to Chatta
nooga, and when the miller's rate is added on
the Western and Atlantic, it will put the
Georgia miller for the first time on an equality
with the millers of the Northwest,
AFFECTING IBON MEN.
But the opening of the Tennessee river will
be of vast importance to iron furnaces In Geor
gia and near Chattanooga, Inasmuch as boats
will come loaded to Chattanooga and go back
empty from there to the Ohio river landings, un
less they can fill up with some South crnprodurt,
they will of course be willing to take pig iron
at a very low rate. I have heard the opinion
expressed that the boats will In many cases
make rates on pig iron from Chattanooga to
St. Louis which will not exceed SI 25 per ton
and possibly less. The present rates en pig
iron from Chattanooga are $2 15 per ton to Cin
cinnati and Louisville and S3 per ton to St.
There is now being developed a heavy bust,
ness in stone, which is shipped from Stone
Mountain and Llthonia, Ga., to Columbus and
Cincinnati, O.. and other northwestern points,
for street paving purposes. We have not been
able to make much headway in St. Louis or
contiguous territory, but with the low rates the
boats will make I think that business will as
sume immense proportions after the river is
Of course what Mr. Brown says about St.
Louis and the Northwest will apply to Pitts
burg, Louisville, Cincinnati and all Ohio
river points. The difference in rates on
steel rails and on plow steel, of which the
factories of the region accessible to Chatta
nooga take immense quantities from Pitts
burg, will be enormous.
This difference in rates must inevitably
give Pittsburg an immense advantage over
mills in the eastern part of Pennsylvania,
where there is only rail transportation to
the Piedmont region of the South. The
phenomenal railroad construction in Geor
gia and Alabama lor the past two or three
years is likely to be greatly surpassed by
the tremendous developments now under
way and taking shape for the next two
years. Two new systems are now forcing
their way into the State to break the lock
of the West Point terminal's monopoly, one
by way of the Chattanooga, Borne and
Columbus, and the Columbus Southern to
Middle and West Georgia and
Florida, and another, the Georgia, Caro
lina and Northern backed by the Brown
snydicate coming into the State from the
Northeast via Athens to Atlanta and to
Macon of the new Covington and. Macon.
Already there are tremendous schemes for
the extension of these rural systems of the
West Point terminal and a railroad from
Atlanta to Savannah or Port Boyal, S. C,
on the seaboard is in tlie.first stages of con
struction, and is in charge of the man who
built the Covington and Macon road onan
initial capital of a side of bacon and a box
These and many other roads now in their
iccipiency will take from the Ohio Valley
immense quantities of building material
within the next two years, and the new
water connection via Mussel shoals will
give the mills in that region an advantage
over those in any other part of the country.
The largest stock at popular prices,
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Do Son Eat f
If so, try the Canary brand of oysters.
What Shall I Est
Why, Canary brand oysters, of conrse.
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duties. P.O. BOX 730. no:-17
WANTED-AN EDUCATED. ENERGETIC
young man ont of employment, and will
ing to iork for S3 per day. Apply at once, MAN
AGER, Room 2, 1038 Fenn ave. no54-H0
WANTED-A BLACKSMITH WHO CAN DO
shoeing and general wagon and blacksmith
work: steady lob the year round.
Apply to GEO.
-TTTANTED TWO ELECTRICIANS; COMPE
VV TENT to take charge of Electric Light and
other work; none others need apply. Address
ELECTRIC, Dispatch office. no-t2
WANTED-15NO. 1 CARPENTERS. FRAM
ING and raising job; come prepared to go
wort Monday morning, at MINER3VILLE CAR
BARN, End of Wylle ave. car line. noI4-M
WANTED-TEN FIRST-CLASS PLUMBERS
and gas fitters; only sober men need apply;
references required; name wages expected. Ad
dress L Lock Box a, Jeannette, Pa. n 023-12
ANTED-A GOOD MAN1 ON SMALL'
brass-pattern and experimental work to go
to Indiana gas field: steadv work for right man.
Address THE BARTON BELL CO., Marlon, lnd.
-TTJANTED-A 1 ADVERTISING AGENT IN
T V Pittsburg on a high-class Journal ; circula
tion 175, 000 guaranteed: will pay in full on face of
contract. Address J. C. COLLIER, 714 Sansom,
Philadelphia, Pa. no24-180
WANTED AGENTS SHOULD WRITE FOR
Illustrated circular, terms and two weeks1
trial of Missouri washer; washes dirtiest clothes
bv hot steam without rubbing; easily sold; profit
able. J. WORTH, 54 Beekmau St., N. Y.
"TTTANTED AGENTS "DODGE'S HORSE
TV blanket holder:" keeps the blanket from
blowing or sliding off the horse; nothing Ilkeltln
the market: every horse owner buys; sample by
mail 25c. STAYNER & CO., Providence, K. I.
WANTED SALESMAN FOR OUTSIDE
towns, must deposit (10 for samples, be
lndnstrlous and give reference, we will pay to
bright, pushing, young man ISO for six months
work. (Payable monthly, 1 Call s SIXTH
WANTED-TWO MEN WITH PLENTY OF
energy to sell goods to families from a
wagon: salary and commission to reliable partus:
experienced salesmen preferred. Apply bet. 9
and 10 A. M. to JNO. MCKEOWN, Ko Bmlthfleld
St., 2d floor front. no24-85
WANTED-ACT1VE MEN TO SELL THE
fastest selling artlcleln the world; (5 per
day can be made until New Year. Call soon, as
we will only employ a limited number on this
fortune-winner. E. GATELY 4. CO., 25 Federal,
Allegheny, Pa. no24-21-TSU
WANTED GENTLEMEN AT SMArtT'S
Practical Business and Shorthand College,
4 sixth st. : greater Inducements at lower terms
than any other college; private lessons for both
sexes day and evening; the best Instruction guar
anteed wlthont text books. nol7-71-rrssn
WANTED AGENTS EXPERIENCED OR
unexperienced men can make a big living
selling our new Installment specialties; easy pay
ments at cash prices; catches everyone, and von
will be convinced we have the sellers if you call
on us. UNION CREDIT CO., 103 Fourth ave.
WANTED-1OT COAL MINERS-THE CRES
SON and Clearfield Coal and Coke Co. will
give steady employment to 100 coal miners: two
weeks' pay: no company store; hlgbest wages
paid; good dwelling houses for families. Call
on or address F. H. WALLS, Mgr., Frugality,
Cambria co., Fa. nol5-Sl-Su
WANTED-WE WANT TO HIRE AN ENER
GETIC person in every locality to distribute
advertising matter and attend to our local inter
ests, a straight salary of t2 SO per day and ex
penses will be paid. Address, Inclosing 2e stamp
for particulars. UN1VER3ALSUPFLYCO., Chi
cago, lit. No postals answered, no8-76-SSu
ING work and employers and all others
who may wish to employ bricklayers are entitled
to register such wants, rree of charge, at the
headquarters of the INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL
BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, S3 Fourth ave., first
floor front. Open until 9 r. jr. Saturdays,
WANTED-AGENTS-BOTH GENERAL AND
canvassing, forZell's Illustrated Universal
Encyclopedia, in five volumes. Just issued, em
bracing a complete dictionary, gatetteer. analysis
and atlas of the world, 150;ouo articles and S.O00
illustrations, the cheapest and best encyclopedia
published. Address T. ELLWOOD ZELL. Pub
lisher, Philadelphia. no23-32
WANTED SALESMEN AT ONCE-A FEW
good men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; we are the largest
manufacturers In our line In the world: liberal
salary paid; permanent position; money advanced
for wages, advertising, etc. For full terms ad
dress CENTENNIAL MFG. CO., Chicago, BL, or
Cincinnati, O. no9-77-wrsu
WANTED-GENERAL STATE AGENT TO
open office headquarters in some principal
city, assume exclustve control of our business, and
appoint local or sub-agents in every city In this
State. Goods well known, tuple as flour. In uni
versal demand, and pay a net profit of SO to 100 per
cent. Address, with credentials. THE UNION
COMPANY,-744 Broadway. Hew York.
WANTED A RESPONSIBLE HOUSE IN
Chicago desires to encage the services of a
thoroughly practical and experienced man on or
before January 1 next, to take charge of depart
ment for manufacturing Jellies, Jams and pre
serves; give experience and references. Address
J. a, care Lord: ft Thomas, Chicago, 111.
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY LOCAL, GEN
ERAL and traveling agents throughout
Pennsylvania and Ohio to canvass business men
with a new line of labor-saving office devices;
commission: (ISO per month guaranteed to live
salesmen; exclusive territory; no peddling; no
"professional agency" swindle; no profit
vuarjreu igr uiuic.t wus
TT7-ANTKD-BARE OPPORTUNITY FOB A
VV few responsible men who are looking for a
permanent ana profitable business, a very vain
able patent Issued this month and which will
command an Immense sale; we want men for
States, sections of States and conntles; wears In
want also of proper persons to assist in forming
small syndicates to operate whole States. Call or
address J. O. BANNING, HotelBorer, Pittsburg,
during this week. soM-lK
TrjANTED-ONH: FIRST-CLASS TEMPLET
V maker. Annlv at PITTSBURG BRIDGE
CO., Thirty-sixth si. tio23-08
TTTANTED AT BUSY BEE HIVE-EXPERI-.yv
ENCED window dresser, also a hoy to make
P.1.,9.""'ne"nl! reference required. BUSY BEE
HIVE, Blxth and Liberty. no24-144
TTTANTED TWO GERMAN GIRLS, ONE FOR
; JL nurse and one for cooking. Inquire 62
SIXTH A YEN UK. no24-20
WANTED-LADY AGENTS-ALSO MEN
. Two immense new snecIaltlcs:one lady made
H-SJf016 dinner, another 16 first hour. Address
LITTLE ft 'JO., Box 443, Chicago, 111.
WANTED INDUSTRIOUS, CON8CIEN
TIOUS business woman: hairinterest given
In lucrative business If will devote her entire at
tention. Address, with references, A. B. C Dis
patch office. no24-19
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOB OUR NEW
Mcintosh Raglln; superior cloth, in wide
stripes on outside; vulcanized rnhber on Inside:
close fitting; very stylish; never spots: beautiful
as the finest cloth garment ever made and Is abso
lutely waterproof: agents sell six a day and make
5 00; great opportunity; also fine line other
goods. Address E. H. CAMPBELL 484 Randolph
St., Chicago. no2-69-TTSn
TXTANTED-TO IEMPLOY A FEW LADIES.
J v on salary, to take charge of my business at
their homes; entirely unobjectionable; light: very
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permanent position; wages 10 per week in ad
vance; good pay foi part time; my references in
clude some of the best well-known people of Lou
isville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and elsewhere. Ad
dress with stamp. MRS. MARION WALKER,
Fourth and Chestnut sta,, Louisville, Ky.
ninle and Keinalo fleln.
WANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IN
city and country wishing to earn S3 to fa a
day at their own homes; no canvassing; work
furnished and sent bv mall any distance. Address
with stamp, CKYSTALIZED PHOTO CO.. 112 W,
Sixth st., Cincinnati, O. no24-100-sn
WANTED-TYPEWRITINGTO DO AT HOME
In the evenings. Address M. A. C, Dis
patch office. U024-54
WANTED-SITUATION A3 BOOKKEEPER:
15 vears' experience; best city reference.
Address W.. Dispatch office. U024-9S
TTTANTED-SITUATION BY MARRIED MAN
TV as driver or to work in gTeenhonse or at
gardening. Address JOSEPH SMITH, Bellevue
F. O., Pa. UO24-120
TTT ANTED-A POSITION AS LADY'S COM
VV PANION by a lady willing to make herself
useful; Ho objection to leaving city: relerences ex
changed. Address COMPANION, Dispatch office.
WANTED-A SITUATION FOR A YOUNG
man capable of drawing np deeds, con
tracts, keeping books, general clerical work; also
nrst-class at auctioneering; best reference. E.
M. C, Dispatch office. no24-27
TTTANTED MEAT COOK DESIRES PER-
V MANENT place-in hotel: families wanting
woman by day to wash, ironing or honse cleaning,
call at Employment Office, No. 66 Federal st., Al
legheny. MRS. ELTA CLIFFORD. no24-140
WANTED-BY AN ENERGETIC YOUNG
man, a partner who can furnish fa, 000 to
extend a business already established: big profits;
a nice business and a sure Investment; a good
opening Tor the right man. Address ENTER
PRISE, Dispatch office. no24-13l
Rooms. Bootes. Etc
TTTANTED -A LADY WISHES A FUR-
V V NISHED room in private family; locality
and neighborhood must be very respectable. Ad-
dressM. R., Dispatch office. no24-Ji
Hoarders nnd Lodgers.
TTTANTED ROOMMATE FOR THIRD STORY
TV front room, on parks, by a gentleman: ref
erences exchanged. Address N. D. P., Dispatch
TTTANTED-S3.000 A GENTLES1AN
VV QUA1NTED with the Iron business has
this amonnt to loan or Invest in connection with
bis services: references A 1. Address CITIZEN,
Dispatch office. no24-29
TTTANTED MORTGAGES. SEE EWING S
YY BYERS, No. 93 Federal street.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K, 5 AND
6 per cent free ot tax. W. C. STEWART
114 Fourth ave. ' Ja20-2-su
WANTED-30,000FORALONG TERM ATA
low rate Interest; good city security. Ad
dress F. It. J.. Dispatch office. no24-53-MWFSn
TTTANTED-MOKTGAGES MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to snlt at K, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WlANTED-MORTGAGKS-tl.OOO, 000 TOLOAN
in large and small amounts at 4)4, 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay.
ii Dtate tax: no aeiay. iuxu li,
131 Fourth ave. mya-60
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on improved real estate In snms of
500 and upward, for or S years, at 4. 6 and 6
per cent. X. O. FRAZIER, Fortv-flfth and But
ler sts. nol7-43-TTSu
WANTEI-A GOOD. LIVE BUSINESS MAN
with (100 cash to become Interested In good
business enterprise; splendid opportunity and
good salary to right party. Address CLAWSON,
Dispatch office. no24-H7
WANTED MORTGAGES-SI. 000, 0XTO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
cpcrceui, uiuva jariua ui aik
. M. PENNOCK ft
cent counties at 6 per cent,
SON, 105 Fourth avenne.
WANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
agreeing to oay Jl per week you can get
fiossesslon of flne'goldor silver watches, clocks,
ewelry, diamonds, silverware, etc J. M1TSCH,
130 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. sel2-MWTsu
WANTED-MORTGAGES-jlOO.000 TO LOAN
on mortgages, in sums from f5O0 to 110,000,
for 3 to 9 year on city property, at very low rates;
write for terms and give description of property.
J. E. GI7ASS, 138 Fifth ate.
Telephone No. 1764.
TTTANTED TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
V V over one million dollars to loan on city and
subnrban property at 4M per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms in Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette. Washington and West
moreland conntles; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK ft BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-sn
TTTANTED-LARGE SAFE: GOOD CONDI
V V TION. L. J. POPE, 5190 Liberty ave
TTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV dosen (13) of Stewart ft Co. 'a fine cabinet
photos for p. at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED - NOVEMBBR IS THE LAST
month for fine cabinets at ft per dozen, at
AUFEECHT'S ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market
st. , Pittsburg. Bring the children on elevator.
TTTANTED-THE PUBLIC IN GENEBAL TO
V V know that I sell diamonds 25 per cent lower
than any other house In the city. Call and satisfy
yourself at EMANUEL DxltOY'S, 641 Smlthflsld
St., fourth door from Seventh ave.
WANTED-EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT
PEABSON.'the leading photographer, of
00 Fifth ave. and 43 Federal St., All'y.. is making
a life size crayon portrait, beautifully framed, and
one dozen cab, photos, all for SS; all fine work.
WANTKD-PAKTIES DESIROUS OF GET
TING silverware Jewelry, fancy um
brellas, muffs, any description of furs, photo
graph albs, etc.. can get them from us at cash
prices on easy payments. UNION CREDIT CO.,
103 Fourth ave ' no24-119
WANTED THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT
the largest and most complete stock of
trusses, elastic stockings, shoulder braces, etc.,
can be Been at the store of ARTIFICIAL LIMB
M'F'G CO.. 909 Penn avenue near Ninth street,
Pittsburg. Pa. no!6-65-S8n
FOB. SALE IMPKOVED SEAL ESTATE.
TfOB SALE-f2,300, 823 FIFTH AVE.
a.' nouse oi o rooms, lot ztxiuu.
CO., 107 Fourth ave.
TJIOR SALE CONGRESS ST., 13,000, TWO
JTJ STORY brick house or 6 rooms: lot 22reet
front. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-MT. WASHINGTON 12,000
Frame house 4 rooms, hall, gas, cellar, etc;
lot 25x90; easy terms. J. B, COOPER ft CO., 197
Fourth ave no24-60
FOR SALE GIBBON ST., NEARS1AGEEST.,
Sixth ward, nice brick dwelling "f 6 rooms,
vestibule, hall, slate roof, both gases; 3,625; easy
terms. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave Tel.
FOB SALE BLUFF ST. ONLY 13,000 A
modern brick dwelling of 8 rooms, hall, ves
tibule etc ; well finished: lot 21x92; an excep
tional bargain. J. B. COOPEB ft CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-MABION ST.. NEAB FORBES,
good brick house: mansard roof. 7 rooms,
hall, vestibule both gases, finlshe attic etc:
lot 20xlOU: a decided bargain. J. B. COOPEB ft
CO., 107 Fourth avenne. no23-40
SOB SALE-NEAR FIFTH AVE. MABHET
house only 13,000. new two-story brick
ise;61arge rooms, good finished attic, both gases,
double parlors, cemented cellar, sewerage etc.;
lot 20x80. J. R. COOPEB ft CO., 107 Fourth ave
TTOR SALE -
FORBES ST.. NEAR VAN
000: hri.tr hin nf s rnnmn. finished attln and
hall: also good brick house 6 rooms in rear, front
lngTustlnst.: side entrance to both; lot 24x120.
J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave no23-40
FOR SALE PRIDE ST. WELL BUILT
pressed brick front dwelling, 7 rooms, hall,
finished attlo, both gases, water on second floor,
good cellar, sewerage side entrance etc.: also 6
room brick honse In rear: lot 24x104: at a low
price and easy terms. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107
Fourth ave. no2W()
T7 OB b A LE-tS, (00-TH AT ELEGANT PBESSED
X1 brick and stone building. No. 3940 Fenn ave.,
containing 9 rooms, hall, vestibule large base
ment, bathroom, w. e's., hot and cold water;
everything complete and finished In most elabo
rate style; almost new; a great sacrifice, as owner
must sell: house alone cost 18,099 to build. D,
BEHEN ft BON, 4112 Fenn ave. soH-
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Residences.
T 710ft SALE-GOOD SMALL HOUSE, THREE
.?omg,!r"h ,arK lot. on Orphan avenue.
East End; price $1,200; terms easy. C. H. LOVE,
No. 93 Fourtn avenne.
FOR SALE-t2,650-NEW FRAME S-ROOMED
house, one square from Fifth ave. cable, will
ecu uu raay pavmenis,
8319 Station St., E.K.
FOR SALE-NICE NEW 6-EOOM BRICK
and frame houses in Bloomfleld at Ben Venue
station, and near cable cars; l,80O to 33,000: on
easy terms. W. W. MCNEILL ft BRO., 103
Fourth ave. no24-o7-TT8u
T710R SALK-ON EUCLID AVENUE. EAST
U END. near both cahle lines, seven-room
house with good lot; price 82.900, 4300 cash and 820
f m,0,5.tIy. tl,ls U very cheap property. C. H.
LOVE, No. S3 Fourth avenne. 'no22-37
T71OECSALE-5S.730-A NEW, SUBSTANTIAL
JL' brick residence, containing 4 rooms on each
floor, and all conveniences: lot 47x143 feet;
nothing In Shadyslde to equal It for the money.
W. C. STEWABT..114 Fourth ave. no24-6J-Su
FOR SALE-OAKLAND-MEYRAN AVE.
only ti.000; two-story, mansard, brick dwell
ing of 8 rooms, nail, vestibule, bath, range, w. c,
slate mantels, tile hearths. Inside shutters, etc. J.
R. COOPER & CO.', 107 t onrth ave. no23-40
FOR SALE-HILAND AVENUE RESIDENCE;
a beautiful corner location: largo and com
Elete house; ample ground, with stable, carriage
ouse, etc. ; to a prompt buyer we can name low
price. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood St.
FOR SALE-es,000 TERMS TO SUIT PUR
CHASER; large, new and substantial brick
dwelling, having 4 rooms on each floor, and all
the conveniences: lot 100x340 feet: desirably lo
cated in Shadyslde: is actually worth 3a 000. W.
C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. no24-63-su
FOR SALE-ON MAIN. NEAR DAVISON ST.,
Seventeenth ward, at a sacrifice, as owner is
leaving the city, a new 8-room brick dwelling,
with modern conveniences; lot 23x100: price
4,500; all or half cash, bal. to snlt: cost over
15,000. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Butler street.
TTIOR SALE-p.000 ON EASY TERMS WILL
a.- ouy you a new 6-room frame dwelling witn
hall, bay window, front and rear porches, nat.
gas, city water, slate mantels, tile hearths, inside
shutters throughout, excellent cellar, and on the
west side of a good street: this Is a bargain. See
J. E. GLASS. 133 Fifth ave. no24-8S
A NEW QUEEN ANNE DWELL-
JU 1H U KlDI
Rlnpey st., short distance from Negley
aye., containing 12 rooms, bath, w.- c, both gases.
VUUW1U1UK A. UVU1B, U.UI. TT.-C, UUMI HBCS,
Slate manteL tile hearths, hard wood fltalr paiif
all modern conveniences, and finished In the
latest style; lot 40x120; paved street; good side
walk; the prfcelow; terms reasonable. BLACK
ft BAIBD, X Fourth ave. 4A-98 no2t-87
FOR SALE-A CHOICE 10 FEB CENT 1N
VESTMENT in Oakland, and only Ji square
from Fifth ave. ; 2 new select brick dwellings, each
of 7 rooms, hall, vestibule and porches, front and
rear: both gases: these houses are in excellent
condition and are now rented to good tenants;
Erice only SB, 030 for the two; terms. 12,000 cash,
alance Jto6years. J. E. GLASS, No. 138 Fifth
FOR, BALE-OR TO LET ELEGANT NEW
house of 7 rooms, beside large reception hall,
pantry and attic; handsome slate mantels and tile
hearths throughout, sliding doors, plenty of
closets, bay windows, large porches, siate roor,
cellar under entire house: sewer connections: nice
level lot 50x161: possession at'once: price, 3,800;
terms easy, W. A. ZAHN, 60 Fourth avenue,
second floor. no22-29-TTsa
FOR SALE-BEN VENUE PLACE, CONVEN
1ENT to P.R.R. andcahIellne-3 new, modern
frame dwellings of 6 rooms, center hall, bath, nat
ural gas, electric light and all Improved conveni
ences: lots 50x173 each: price low. terms to snlt;
these houses are of the style and size that are in
great demand; an early Investigation will con
vince yon of their real worth. BLACK ft B Al BD,
95 Fourth ave. 4A-100. no24-S3
FOR 8ALE-A NEW AND COMPLETE
Queen Anne residence or 8 rooms and attic
reception hall, bath and vestibule: fine cemented
cellar, laundry with tubs. nat. gas, electric light
and calls: hardwood finish, slate mantels, tile
hearths, Blidlng doors, 2 Inside w. c: on a good
ave. and a first-class neighborhood: lot 52x140: can
be bought for 37,500, as owner wants to leave city.
J. E. GLASS, 133 Fifth ave. Telephone 1764.
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN IF SOLD THIS
week, the Newell propertvon Forbes ave.,
corner Shady ave.; has J.COO feet of choice front
age: the Improvements are worth what we asked
for the entire place; can be rented so as to set 6
per cent; Is bound to be worth In a snort time
donble the price now asked: Is bnt few steps from
new electric road and within S minutes' walk of
Schenley Park. W. C. BTKWABT, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-K000 WILL BUY A GOOD 8UB
STANTIALnew modern frame dwelling. well
arranged and convenient to steam and cable cars
In the East End: good street, neighborhood and
surrounded with first-class Improvements: it eon
tains 6 large rooms, double finished attic, halL
vestibule, front and rear porches, bath. Inside w.
c, stationary waahstand, hot and cold water,
slate mantels, sliding doors, china closet, large
clothing closets. Inside abutters, slate roof, both
gases, fine chandeliers, large cellar and cut stone
foundation; plumbing first-class and sewerage
complete: fine lot 21x133 feet to a 20-foot alley; this
property is low at the price and can he bought on
easv terms. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and
Butler sts. n 020-18-wrs a
FOR SALE IN SECOND WARD, NEAR P. V.
St. cars,, frame honse Irooms and attic; pos
session at once: price Jl,8o0;cbeap at 12,000. Sea
EWING 4 BYEKS, No. 93 Federal street.
FOB SALE-S3,C00-HOUSE AND LOT. 16
Anderson st., Allegheney, near Ninth street
bridge: lot 20x100; brick honse seven rooms; good
value at the price. A. LEGGATJS ft SON. 31
Federal st. no23-o
FOR SALE WASHINGTON ST., ALLE
GHEN Y. close to parks, brick residence, 8
rooms, bath, etc.; all conveniences; S6.C00: terms
to snlt: this Is a bargain. W. W. MCNEILL ft
BRO., 105 Fourth ave. no24-59-Tusu
FOR SALE-20 PER CENT INVE3TMENT
Allegbeny; good location; 9-room brick
honse: all modern Improvements, and In first
class order: So. 500, on easy terms: call and exam
ine this. W. W. MCNEILL ft BRO., 105 Fourth
FOR BALE-FRANKLIN ST.. ALLEGHENY
must he sold to close an estate almost new
brick dwelling: 7 rooms, hall, bath, range, h. and
c. water, both gases, marble mantels, donble nar-
lors, and elegantly finished throughout: perfect
sewerage: lot 2ixij to uecatur St. J
ft CO., 107 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-AN INVESTOR'S ATTENTIONI3
Invited to a row of good brick houses, con
taining 6 rooms each, with marble mantels, inside
w.c, natural and artificial gas, water, etc.: lot 140
feet front on a good street in Second ward. Alle
gheny, near the Pleasant Valley electric road: the
property has been lately sewered and the plumb
ing thoroughly overhauled: the owner, a non-resident,
has nrgent reasons for selling. Call at room
708 FENN BUILDING, Fenn ave., between 9 and
10:80 A. iu and 1 and 2:30 p. M. for further particu
lars. r S024-39
Subnrban Residences. ,
situation nicely elevated, good drainage
large lot, 42x132; new frame house hall, 6 rooms,
porches, natural gas, pure water: ground neatly
fenced and planted with fruit and shade trees;
S3, 000. CHARLES SOMERS ft CO., 313 Wood st,
IilOR SALE-3500 CASH AND 3C0 PER YEAR
1 for a convenient and comfortable brick
dwelling of 10 rooms and modern Improvements,
lot 47x203 ft, in lawn and large frnlt trees, situ?
ated on an 80 ft. street, near station, stores, etc.,
in the best part of Sewlckley; this is a rare chance
to get a good home bv applying rent money where
It will benefit yon the most. A. W. ADAIR,
-Room 70S, Penn building, Fenn ave U024-39
FOR 8ALlr-TH13 13 A PRIME INVESTMENT
at the price we are authorized to accept on
prompt sale: beautifully situated, level ground
of 6 acres, fronting on and divided by s wide
streets: la view of two rivers, and a few minutes'
walk only of 4 K B.'s; pure water, nat. gas,
fruit trees; a place for a half hundred; cosy,
healthful homes, in the midst of home seekers.
Rochester: look at It as an Investment. CHARLES
SOMEKS ft CO.. 313 Wood St. no24-129 '
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
TTIOB SALE-ELEGANT HILAND
313 Wood st.
FOR SALE-ONLY $9,000-100x200 FEET LO
CATED on one of the main avenues In Shadv
slde. W. O.STEWABT,T14 Fourth ave no2t-4S
FOBSALE-t2,300-LOT 47x120 FEET. LOCATED
In Shadyslde, near Fifth ave, in a choice
neighborhood; the best lot for the money In the
East End. W. C. STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave
FOB SALE 4 ACEE3 AT 8HADYSIDE.
fronting on four good streets; lies beautifully
and convenient to bath steam and cable cars: a
great bargain. J. B COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-ONLY 31,250. TERMS EASY: LOTS
6.'xHC feet to an alley; located on Squirrel
Hill. rLrht on the line or the new electric roid.
wiilchwlll be In operation March I, and within 7
minutes walk ofSchenleyPark. W.C.8TEWABT,
114 Fourth ave. uo24-63-su
OR HALE-IFYOUWANTASAFE INVEST
MENT In Tironertv. and one that will Inmam
rapidly In value bny one of those very desirable
lots in Villa Park plan. Brhshton; our prices are
low and terms exceptionally easy. JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, 612 Smithfleld St. no24-40-TTSSU
T7IOR SALE-2,50O-TERM3 EASY; LOTS 50x200
fppt located on naved nart of Forbes Ave
nue right at main entrance to Schenley Park, and
on line of new electric road, which will be'ln ope
ration January 1: nothing In the East End to ex
cel them. W. UBXKWAit-.
RT, 114 Fourth avenne.
FOR SALE-LOTS, IN THE BAUM GBOVE
plan; front on wide asphaltnm streets, have
nagstone siaewaias, wuu grass piots and
tral location, makes this plan the most del
In the market. Secure plan from MELLON
BROS.. East End. or JOI
F. BAXTER. Agt..
aiz smitnueia street.
FOB SALE THE NEWELL PLACE LO
CATED on Squirrel HUL corner Forbes and
Shady avenues, has 1,000 feet or frontage: the Im
provements are worth what we ask for the entire
property: can be rented so as to net 6 per cent; is
sure to be worth double the price asked. W. C.
STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave U024-42
TTIOB SALE ONLY SJ60O EACH, ON GOOD
J2 terms, lots 23x133 ft., fronting jou a 60-foot
street. 24-foot alley In rear, located near station,
Esst End; don't fail to. see these lots; they are
selling rapidly and are worth the money; nothing
better In the market; also for sale 2 new (Just
finished) 6-room houses and fine lots, well sit
uated. nearststlon;.everytblng la modern style;
prlcejonlyKSeo on good terms. For particulars
cation or Address IKLLY 4 BOGEBS; No. 63U
duuub street, jb jasu.
FOR SALE L8T6.
East End Lets.
XpOH SALE-ONLY LOT ON HAWLEY AVE.
J In the market, Bbeico feet: easy terms: sew
ered; II, 100." D. BEHEN ft SON, 4112 Fenn ave.
ITiOK SALE-I850-ONE SQUARE FROM FIFTH
? ave.. fine building lot 24X100: small cash pay
ment, balance on time. MELLON BROTHERS,
6319 Station St., E.E.
FOR SALE-70 PER FOOT FRONT-BEAUTIFUL
corner lot 60x120 on Improved street:
one square from Hlland and Negley aves. MEL
LON BROTHERS, 6343 Station at. E. E.
FOR BALE-AT A BARGA1N-IF SOLD AT
once, the 125x300 feet located on Fifth ave.,
head of Aiken ave.: is the choicest building site
in Shadyslde. W. U. STEWART, 114 Foorth ave.
FOB SALE OAKLAND LOTS. PAVED
street, sidewalk and well sewered 4 desirable
building lots: fine street and convenient to cable
line. BLACK ft BAIUD, 95 Fourth ave. 2S-213.
Glenvr ood Lots.
SALE-LOTS AT OLENWOOTl- CON
VENIENT to thn station mil Spi-nnrt Ave.
Electric Railway: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water; houses and lota for sale on monthly pay
ments. GEORGE a BUBGWIN, ISO Fourth ave.
T7OK SAT.E EDOEWOOD A VttBV mni(!J!
JO plot of ground, comprising one and one-half
acres: exienaea street irontage. CHAULKS
SOMEKS ft CO., 313 Wood St. no24-129
FOB SALE-DAIRY, IN GOOD ORDER
About 4 miles, irom Allegheny City Market,
consisting of 20 head of cattle, 4 horses, wagon,
harness, nay, corn, etc: also, a lease can be ob
tained of 42 acres. For farther Information in
quire at the place. JOHN KKNFER. Evergreen;
near Boas Postoffiee. nolS-lS-MTbBSa
T?OR SAEK-TO CAPITALISTS-THE MIN
X1 ERAL right In 15,000 acres of coal lands In
West Virginia; veins 10, 12 and 14 feet thick; also
vein or cannel coal, 4 feet; title perfect Ad
dress B. P., care of Messrs. Cormack ft CO., 81
New street. New York City. no24-fo
FOB. SALE BUSINESS.
T?OK BALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED DBUG-
handv to the cltv: rood reasons for
Address BOX NO. CO. no23-14
FOR SALE-A FINE CIGAR AND CONFEC
TIONERY store: good location: rent cheap.
Inquire 155 CHESTN UT ST.. Allegheny. no24-12
TjWB SALE-GROCERY STORE. ON MAIN
jl street, doing cash business: large room, new
stock, low rent; Invoice about fl.600; at bargain.
Address B. C. Dispatch office. no21-7
FOR BALE-HALF INTEREST IN A GOOD
paying, established business In town of 12,000
Inhabitants within 10 miles or Pittsburg. Address
B. F. O.. Box 267; Braddock. Pa. no-58
T710R 8ALETWO GOOD FAYING SALOONS
J (one with restaurant) In the city or Cleve
land: good location: long lease: good reasons for
selling. Address Y. W. FAUTS, 155 Ohio St..
Cleveland, O. no23-60
FOR SALE-A GOOD GROCERY STORE AND
8 furnished rooms, within two minutes' walk
of Pittsburg postofflre; on account ol sickness will
be sold cheap IT sold at once THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. no21-62-21.23,2425
FOR BALE-HALF INTEREST IN AN ES
TABLISHED prosperous business: this Is a
first-class opportunity or an active, energetlo
young man with office experience; capital re
quired, 17.000. Address W. II. S., Dispatch office.
TTIOB SALE-GOOD NEWSPAPER ROUTE- IN
JL' Allegheny; active steady man with some
capital can And excellent Investment. Apply be
tween 4 and 6 P. if. Mhnday, the 3th, ana at no
other time, to MR. MILLER, at Dispatch Business
Office, Fifth avenue no23-U7
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORES IN BOTH
cities, from rtSOto 10,000: cigar stores f50,
S350, SCO. 1,800; shooting gallery paying $73 per
week clear of expenses: fine city and country
drugstores: general country stores: good paying
slate roofing business in live town; boarding
houses, milk routes, confectioneries, bakeries and
many other good business chances. JJHEFABD ft
CO., 54 rirth ave no
TTIOB SALE-AT A BABGAIN-A PIECE OF
JC property desirably located on Wood st. W.
C STEWART. 114 Fourth ave oc20-38-Su
FOR SALE 60X1 20 FEET. AT A SEASONABLE
figure: is without exception tne finest piece
of business property In Flttsbur?; particulars to
principals only. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
FOR HALE-CHOICE BUSINESS AND BXSI-.
DEUCE property; rapidly growing locality;
line of B. R. Ii., near city: large lot fronting best
business street; brick store building well fitted
up: occupied by profitable business: brick rest-,
dence, stable eterapropertypromlslngasan in
vestment, that will provide the owner a desirable
home and a place adapted tossueeessfnl business.
CHARLES SOMERS ft CO. . 313 Wood St. no24-129
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
.Horses. Vehicles. Live Stoek. dec.
FOR 'SALE A PAIR OF COACHERS, BAYS,
16 hands high. 5 vears old, sound and fear
less, at JAMES KERB'S SALE STABLE, Fenn
ave, Pittsburg. no22-77
FOB SALE-THBEE FINE TBOTTEK3 AND
one good family animal, b. m. 16M hands
high, large enough for coupe: also J top andl
one-man wagon at 75 each, and four-man wagon
with top, for tlio. PAUL H. HA CUE, cor. Filth
ave. and Market St. no23-93
Machinery ana Dfetals.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted; repairingpromptly attended to.
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. anlO-29
FOR SALE A BATTERY OF 2-FLUE BOIL
ERS, 44 in. diameter by 24 ft. long: boilers snd
fixtures complete. Inquire Beaver Valley BoUer
Works. CHA8. MILLER, Beaver Falls, Fa.
FOB SALE-OFFICE FIXTURES W FEET OF
solid wslnut base and glass top; cheap. Ad
dress B. , Dispatch office UQ24-124
SALE UPRIGHT PIANO. NEARLY
new: cost ttSO: nrles 1150. HUUHKHOLU
CREDIT CO.. 403 Wood at. no24-47
T7KJK8ALE-K0SOLIDGOLD LADIES' KINGS.
JD the latest styles, av S SO, 2.?5 and S3, at
EMANUEL DXROY'S, 643 Smithfleld St., fourth
door from Seventh ave no24-97
FOR SALE-S15 FOR BINGES MACHINE,
nearly new, all attachments: one fortlO: 2
Singer, for plain sewing 15 each; Howe for ft: one
for 312: goods sewers, all guaranteed. 130 SPRING
GARDEN AVE.. Allegheny. n 024-91
PERSONAL "VOLTAIC DIAMONDS" ABB
the only stones that keep their brilliancy;
aoasioineir beauty; rings a: 75 op,
! 50 up. studs f3 CO up.
mns vazo up.
, Jeweler, 65 Fifth ave.
PERSONAL "CUT BATES" ON WATCHES:
I am noted tor selling them cheap; solid
gold filled ease watches. 1S W, 1:8 H) ana 9U SO;
warranted: same as are sold In watch clubs at
33 00. AEONS, Jeweler, 63 Fifth ave no24-U7
PERSONAL A NICE GOLD OR SILVER
headed umbrella or. cane at f SO, 00, SB 69
aud S4 00: would make a nice hoUdav nresent.
spectlon invited at EMANUEL DxROY'S,
fourth door from Seventh ave
PERSONAL-HAVE YOU SEEN LEVI'S
bookstore; Do you know we have new books
as well as old? Do you know we have the largest
stock of old books west ot the Allegheny Moun
tains? LEVI'S BOOKSTORE, too Liberty it.
EBSONAL-A UNIVERSITY' GRADUATE,
highly recommended, wishes to give instruc
tions in German, French, Latin or any other
branches of a collegiate orhtgh school conrse;
charges liberal. GRADUATE, Dispatch office
PERSONAL-CALL AND SEE A COMPLETE
Hue of Rhinestones, Voltaic and Lake George
diamonds set In solid gold earrings, finger rings
and lace pins, at 1 60, 2 25 and B SO. at EMAN
UEL DXBOY'S, 643 Smithfleld St., .fourth door
from Seventh are no!4-B7
"DEBSON AL-FORTHE LARGEST AND BIST
JL selection or genuine diamonds go to M. J.
SMIT'S, til Smithfleld st,. third door from Fourth
av., who will sell you rings mounted in solid
gold from 4 to 1300; earrings from 310 up; also
scuds, scarfplns, lace pins, etc., at proportion
ately low prices, P. s. Call and examine the
Jumbo eardrops, -weight U karats,-price E, 088.
LOST-TIMEAND MONEY BY NOTBUYLNG
your holiday gifts at M. J. SUIT'S, 311
Smithfleld st., third door from Fourth ave., who
is now selling voltaic diamond eardrops, (J. 91 2S,
1150, mounted in solid gold; scarfplns. 75c, !,
el 25: and all other goods at equally low prices.
-a- I1ST OR MMr.AID POLIO V
Jj Issued by the Fenn Mutual Lire Ins. Co.,
Philadelphia, on the Ufa of Theodore Kestner.
The flnderwlllnlease return It totheunderslzned.
Application has been made for the Issuing of a
duplicate. (Signed) MELCHEK VABNER.
no 24-34-24. 29.28 30-de2. 4
FOUND-THE ONLY PLACE YOU CAN BUY
gold-filled watches with stem winding Amer
ican movement for 913 50 is at M. J. SMIT'S, Ml
Smithfleld St., third door from Fourth ave.
TJM)UND-THAT YOU CAN BUY INITIAL
JD rings, any letter desired, at (4 00. 94 50 and
16 00, warranted solid gold, at EMANUEL Di
tfVVIL Sia HRllthflelli EC.
fourth door from
JSi. VEGETABLE AND POULTRY STAND
supplies all the city hotels; benssvrivea will
find it to their advantage to deal with Mm.
TelepkOM 64. 138 DIAMOND MARKET,
MONEY TO IRELAND, SCOTLAND AND
England can best be (eat by checks oa
tha "OIumim Baste" -whiek are usswrnl bv aH
bankers, merchants and Mwteneeele. Pitts-targAjW-MAX
BCHAMKfeQ ft CO.,
mO LET-A NICE S-ROOJI HOUSE. BATH.
jl laundry, rront porcc, etc.;
JUNIATA ST., Allegheny, Pa.
JL laundry, front porch, etc.; rent low, xttjf .
TO LET-TWO NEW HOUSES OX LINE OT
railroad. Smiles from city: one 4 rooms: the
other 3 rooms; rent f and fS per month: very
cheap. W. A-SIPj!, WDIamondsU no21-B
lOLET-THB FINEST FRENCH FLATS IN
the cltr; call for Bit. DIXON ft CO- 113
Fourth ave. no24-83;
mO LET-STORK AND 9 LIVING ROOMS;'
JL cemented cellar; good business location:
Seventeenth ward. A. H. LESLIE, Alderman ao4
Real Estate Agent. no2I-47-Th59a
TO LET-FOUR STOREROOMS ON CORNER
of Fourth and Liberty: on corner of- Fena
and Third streets: good stands; rent low; soma
nnfnrnHbed rooms. Inquire ON PREMISES, 44
Fourth street. notl-51-Thrsu
TO LET-OR FOR SALE TO HOTEL MEN -A
new 30-room hoose, all modern Improve
ments, furnace elvctric light, electric calls, etc..
etc.; city 5,0(0 inhabitants: a railroad division;
no other good hotel in the place: honse been ran
two years and has secured good" patronage- Ad
dress J. 30, care LORD ft THOMAS, Chicago, 111.
JL a very large varlo ty of pearl and black opera,
glasses for (2 7S 93 25, 84. S5 and SS SO. Every pair -warranted
to give satisfaction, at EMANUEL
DxROY'S. 643 Smltbfleld St., fourth door from
Seventh ave no24-9I
-VrOTlCE LOCAL ASSEMBLY 1387, Ji-O
L L., will meet at their hall, 101 Fifth ave.,
on THURSDAY MORNING, November 28,
salt 9 OCl0Casts)
no23-23 J. NETJJGAN. M. "W.
mHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
I the stockholders of the Pittsburg; and
Falrport Terminal Company will tie held at the
office of the company, B. & O. R.R. station,
comer Smltbfleld and water streets, Pittsburz, ' ,
Pa MONDAY. December 9, 1889. ar 2 T. at.
D02I-2I C. a WIGHT, Secy.
rTTHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
JL the stockholders of tne Pittsburg and Al
legheny Droveyard Company will be held at
the office of the company, B. 4 O. R. R. station,
corner Smith field and Water streets. PittsburSt
Pa., MONDAY, December 9, 1889, at 3 P. M.
no24-24 CsL WIGHT, Secy.
DIVISION NO. 19 A. O. H. WILL MEET.
at their ball on SUNDAY, November 24,
at 2 F. If- to make arrangements to attend the
funeral of our late brother Walter McCAbe.
Bister Divisions arer respectfully invited to at
tend. Bv order of President.
noZi-139 PATRICK FOLEY.
TUTOTICE THE MAPJONEUILDLNU AND
ll Loan Association will meet in the for-
niture room nf. J. G. Koepp, 442 Fifth avenue.
on MONDAY EVENING. November 25. A
full attendance is desired, aa there will bo an.
election of officer. Members will pleasa come.
prepared to pay their initiation fee. no?4-138 .w
mHE HOTEL MASTJRY.
JL THOMASVILLE. GA
This luxurious hotel for the seasons of ISiM ,
opens Dec 14. under the popular management
of By land Hamilton. Every recent appllano
for comfort and health. Sanitary drainaee. .
Steam beat, Furniture and appointments tb
very finest. Elegant rooms. American cull
and rates moderate For rates or further par- .
ticulars, address RYLAND HAMILTON.
Thomasv&Ie Ga. or Colonads Hotel. Fhila-i
delphia. until Dec 1st. no24-IM '
ATTENTION, BUTCHERS AT A MEET-'
INGof all tbo butchers held at Old'Ctty
HalL November 2L18S9.lt was decided to car-',
ticlpate in the procession onthaoccasion-of
the dedication of the Allegheny Turn HalL oa
THURSDAY, November 24 Tbo butchers wm
all report on horseback in regulation uniform,
viz.. white shirt, red and blua scarf, silk bats
and white gloves. The Allegheny- butchers
will meet on Washington St. Allegheny,right
resting on Cedar ave, ready to march at 1:39
r. If. The batchers of the Old Cltv, the South-'
side and East End wiU meet on Liberty ave,
between Sixth and Seventh sts.. right restinsr '
on Seventh st, where they will be met prompt-..
ly as lzu f. if. try tne Associate v-nier jaarsnai
with a band of music and lie escorted to the -
main body on Washington st, Allegheny:!
JACOB RICHTER, MarsbaL no23-10o-TnStx
DRAWING TO A CLOSE. ,
OVER S15Q.000 -WORTH
,FINE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DKI
GOODS, CARPETS, BUGS, ETtt,
BY AUCTION J
723 AND 725 LIBERTY- STg
, CORNER EIGHTH.
Bales, Morning, Afternoon and Evefiteffj
COMMENCING, MONDAY, NO VEMBXX 1
N. B. Special accommodations provided ferit
A.UCTION SALE OFTHKTENTIRE CONi;
xs. &IU.H jujunxa in tuo salesrooms 01 agstyj
Auction Co.. No. 311 Market street, THUHft.
DAY MORNING, November 26. at 10 o'clock.,.
junasome buk xapestry farior nail, -sorted
colon, 2 Hair-Cloth Suits witsr raMsM
edges, Silt Plush Suit in crimson, almost Be
3 Group Style Plush Suits. 1 BrocaseU Msj
trimmed In sUk nltuhes. Easy Chairs. Letrtber.'
ana Plush Rockers. Turkish Couch, 5 BA''.,
Lounges, Hand 14th Century Oak Cents? ,
Table Marble and Polished Wood TosiTaM
4 Walnut and 3 Oak Sideboards, full liroo;
Hue ana every uavraxtemion Tables, utssMbs
Library. Dinlrnr Room and Kitchen Cbals an-"
Tables, 0 Chamber Suits, 3 Chiffoniers, 3 FaisV '.
lugueus. seusieaos. rmreans. wasnsranas.9.
Ladles' Desks. 9 Office Desks. Blanks.
Springs. Pillows and Bolsters. Maitressea. Wil
low Goods, Ladies' Wraps. China, Glass a. ;
jjen ware, ijamps, tiociu, nuzs, xieturss ;
Toilet Sets. Brussels and Inzrain Carpets. Mle-,
rors. Cabinets, Cneval Glass, Stoves, BossfJ
yaayBL a vuikv oin, sou flaanvncn anwa
articles. HENRY AUCTION CO.. LTD-
HONONOAHXLA INSTTBANCX CO, !
98 Fourth avenue,
ELECTION THE ANNUAL MEETDWl
and election of fifteen directors to serves!
lor the ensuing vear win beheld at the on
of the company on TUESDAY. December
JSSB, between the hours of 11 a. M. and Vr.yi,'
nou-vu jimxh H.VLUJ-Nisioecreiarj.k, t
PROPOSALS FOR TE ERECTION Of, i
jl uuiiiuuiuo UMurauiaAixDai, brasmj
bla, Tenzu, October 24, issv. sealed, propose
in triplicate, will be received at this oSce i
12 o'clock X. on TUESDAY, November 2K MM
for the erection of one main storehouse. Con
manding; Officer's quarters, office, guard beatsv
woTKsnop, nueaaine, staoie ana sued, ana sww
sets barracks for enlisted men; bids raavt.sj
made for the whole work complete or for esNkl
building: separately; plans and spedficas)
ny 00 seen as 101s once, ana wm
office of the Chief of Ordnance. TT.'iS
A-, Washington. D. C Blank forraJ.aeeB
fun information can bo- bad on applloattaM
The Government reserves the rfcrht to reject Myl
and all Dtds, or parts thereof. Proposal m
be marked "Proposals for the erection of ka
inES."aud addressed to MAJOR CLIFT
COMLY. Ordnance Department, U. S. 4
MT. ST. ALOYSIUB.
The scholastic vear of the Mountain A
emy, under the direction of the Sisers
mercy win commence its tan term septe
2. Tuition for five months, including Fn
and music. SIM. Loretto Is famed as it k
resort, and like Cresson, Is a sanitariM
UJiiucnduismo euoueDVO. iiiDicifuumi
the Hitters ot Mercy as instructors is '
wide for particulars aaaresAtue uit
of tho Academy. au
TTOLIDAT GOODS-BOYS WATCl
JUL H sad tip: misses' solid stiver v
teoQ sad apt one gold watosv, -sHi
jewslry, H veewsjs, clocks, specfejes.
niusuas, as. rouiu tc.
watches aM jewelry careiuiiy
WALTsm J. OsswtftTBXK
XJ JUS psiniKres,